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Micro-Business Institute Fall Orientation
Tuesday, November 27, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM (EST)
2012 Fall Orientation
Date: November 27, 2012
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Location: The EECO Center
Pittsburgh Community Services, Inc. cordially invites individuals interested in starting, stabilizing, and expanding a business to join us for the 2012 Fall Orientation of the Micro-Business Institute. This is your opportunity to find out what services are offered, become enrolled and determine the upcoming trainings.
For more information: Call 412-904-4706
Address: 200 Larimer Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
This project is funded by the PA Department of Community and Economic Development-Community Services Block Grants, Fifth Third Bank, PNC Community Development, Urban Redevelopment Authority and in part by the Google Community Grants Fund of Tides Foundation.
When & Where
The Micro-Business Institute at Pittsburgh Community Services, Inc.
Pittsburgh Community Services, Inc. located at 249 N. Craig Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, is the Community Action Agency for the City of Pittsburgh and provides direct services to individuals.
The mission of Pittsburgh Community Services, Inc. (PCSI) is to address the causes of poverty, and to diminish its effects through the development, implementation, sponsorship, and support of programs and activities designed to enable and empower low-income residents to make measurable progress on the continuum from impoverishment to self-sufficiency.
The Micro-Business Institute at PCSI provides a wide range of educational tools as it strives to address the current and prevalent issues of unemployment, underemployment and poverty, with the focus on capitalizing on the inherent talents, skills and abilities of low-wealth residents through micro-business training. Dedicated to fostering the development of sustainable micro-businesses, the MBI helps to stimulate economic development, self-sufficiency and job creation.